The first electrified Corvette, above, will also be Chevrolet’s quickest production model. Accelerating to 60 mph (96 km/h) from rest in 2.5 seconds, the 655-horsepower E-Ray edges out the 670-horsepower trackready Corvette Z06 by a tenth of a second. The E-Ray’s advantage is its eAWD system that couples a 160-horsepower electric motor at the front wheels with a 495-horsepower 6.2-litre V-8 driving the rear wheels. Like the Z06, the E-Ray is nine centimetres wider than the base Corvette. The E-Ray will arrive in late 2023, starting at $128,798, including $2,295 delivery.
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